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PostSubject: fault code   Mon 20 Jul - 20:19

Intermittent fault code p0134 leading me to believe it's front lambda sensor anyone ever had this fault ? Does sensor need changing , car covered 92 thousand 04 wrx thanks chaps Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: fault code   Wed 22 Jul - 13:23

Looks like it could, yes. Could also be the wiring so check that.

http://www.scoobynet.com/general-technical-10/940227-p0134-cel-2005-sti.html
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